[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 3810] Less common HTTP status codes cause the code to appear as undefined

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Sun Feb 19 10:18:15 PST 2006


------- Comment #8 from ap at nypop.com  2006-02-19 10:18 PDT -------
The current version of the Web Applications spec
<http://www.whatwg.org/specs/web-apps/current-work/#scripted-http> says that
these conditional headers cannot be overridden. In WebKit, it would be the job
of NSURLConnection to automatically cache the responses and to send correct
conditional headers. When a 304 response is received, NSURLConnection
transparently transforms it into a 200 response.

However, WebKit doesn't allow NSURLConnection to do the caching, which is a bug
according to the next paragraph of the spec. Assuming the spec isn't about to
be changed (it's a draft with many known issues), this is something that needs
to be fixed. Since this is a separate issue, please file a new bug on it.

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